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Host Your Next Event in our Vibrant and Diverse Community!

Whether you need an indoor space for a small community gathering, an intimate setting for poetry in the park or an outdoor space with a covered stage for a summer festival, there's no better location than Wheaton! Home to signature events like Taste of Wheaton, HalloWheaton, and Wheaton Arts Parade and Festival, you can leverage the power of our diverse community to amplify your event. Located in the heart of downtown Wheaton, each venue is steps away from the Wheaton Metro Station, intersects three major thoroughfares and provides ample parking within walking distance, making it a central and accessible location for all!

Below are county-owned event rentals for public use in Wheaton.

See the list of private venue rentals in Wheaton. Please contact the venue directly for more information.

Marian Fryer Town Plaza

2424 Reedie Dr. Silver Spring, MD, 20902

The Marian Fryer Town Plaza offers a large open space concept providing natural lighting and relaxing city views, great for entertainment. The Amphitheater seating area contains six levels of terrace seating a 20’ x 30’ stage covered by a tensile canopy structure. There are multiple access points to the venue, including a pedestrian bridge connecting to the Wheaton Metro parking garage, the Metro Tunnel Entrance, and access to Georgia Avenue. View the building and plaza area features.

Available hours for community use:

Monday—Friday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 am. to 12:00 am

Facility Use and Rates

Wheaton Veterans Urban Park

11200 Amherst Avenue , Wheaton MD 20902

Wheaton Veterans Park is a one-acre Park that provides a beautiful open space in the downtown Wheaton area. This park is the perfect gathering space for small sized events from Yoga classes to Salsa at Sunset. Please note, that Wheaton Veterans Park was established to pay tribute to our military veterans that served this country.  

Available hours for Community use:

Monday—Friday, 5:00 pm to 09:00 pm 
Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 am to 09:00 pm

Facility use and rates

Community Use Conference Room

2425 Reedie Drive, 2nd Floor , Wheaton MD 20902

The Community Use conference room serves as a dynamic space where County resources converge. Tailored for small meetings, impactful trainings, engaging seminars, support groups, yoga classes and more, this space is aimed for community-focused initiatives. Maximum capacity for this space is 20-30. For personal celebrations such as birthday parties, wedding, receptions, or other similar private events, we ask that you explore alternative venues outside the Regional Service centers. Priority use will be given to community fostered activities.  

Available hours for Community use:
Monday—Friday, 09:00 am to 05:00 pm *

*After 5pm use is subject to pre-authorization

For more information, contact our Program Operations Specialist, Marta Martinez at 240-777-2709 or marta.martinez@montgomerycountymd.gov.



How to Reserve

All county facilities in Wheaton available for public use are booked through the Community Use of Public Facilities (CUPF). CUPF provides community organizations and public agencies with access to public schools and government facilities for community services, programs, and events. CUPF issues use permits for public access to County facilities at scheduled times. Get more information on CUPF.

Users may request space for events as far as 60 days in advance but should provide a minimum of 45 days' notice. Last minute reservations will be considered no more than 14 days' notice. Reservations requests can be submitted through ActiveMONTGOMERY.

In person assistance is available by appointment.  Please call our Program operations Specialist, Marta Martinez at 240-777-2709.

Facility Rental Cost Assistance

The Wheaton Community Access Program (WCAP) will distribute a total of $75,000 in in-kind assistance towards the reduction of permitting costs for use of local government facilities and venues. The goal of this program is to provide an automatic deduction towards permitting facilities, enabling its community user groups to save money and utilize resources towards other incentives that can make a positive impact on the community. Get more information and apply.